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The world’s largest archive of British Art - Tate Archive - is being made available online for a world-wide audience as part of the Archives and Access project.
It's been a mainstay of Futurist exhibitions across the globe, but now Carlo Carrà’s 1910 classic, Leaving the Theatre is in need of restoration. The Estorick is launching a modest appeal.
Moving to the UK as a child from Connecticut, Julie Umerle was inspired by Gerhard Richter and is intrigued by mark-making and scale. Her works will be seen across the country into 2015.
Indications that Richard III had a disability could have been used against him to create the persona of a monster, explains the keeper of the painting which helped identify him.
A beautiful portrait by one of Scotland's greatest painters, Sir Henry Raeburn, has been given to the Scottish National Portrait Gallery in lieu of inheritance tax in a deal worth more than......
A major new exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art explores the tragic lives and vibrant works of Robert MacBryde and Robert Colquhoun - two forgotten figures of mid-20th century......
Artistic Director Catherine Goodman said she was "very proud" as Prince Charles opened the newly-titled Royal Drawing School in London.
Ben Uri has acquired Refugees, a rare and important early painting by Jewish émigré artist Josef Herman (1911–2000) which had been considered lost for more than 60 years.
Author James Russell is searching for a series of rare Edward Bawden watercolours which disappeared into private collections after two London shows during the 1930s.